Hanna Solin is a multidisciplinary artist, living and working in New York City. She has been involved with the medium of photography for the past decade. In her work, Solin explores the nature of relationships, from both personal and abstract contexts. Her process is driven by rhythm as well as by the deconstruction and reconstruction of structure and order. She is concerned with the human condition and narratives of inner life.
Solin has been featured in The Eye of Photography / L'Oeil De La Photographie. She is a 2016 Moscow International Foto Awards winner in the category Fine Art–Collage, A Temporary Delirium Then Gone. Solin has exhibited in The Rita K.Hillman Gallery at The International Center of Photography, Upstream Gallery in Hastings–on–Hudson, in their juried shows Photography Takes Over 2015, 2017, Sidney Mishkin Gallery at Baruch College NYC, and Baxter Street/ Camera Club of New York.